Another wide width sheer fabric printed on the horizontal. The same ikat motif from the design "Ikat vase" is printed across the width of the fabric so there are no seams.
No.9 burn-outs have proved so popular in the past. So crisp, and the perfect way to introduce subtle pattern to the window at the same time as giving privacy.
The wonderful stone-washed finish of this cotton plain brings to mind the traditional Indian cottons for which it has been named – Calicut was the city, Calico the cloth.
An over scaled trail of heady blooms climb against the background of a geometric “Jali” screen. The feel of the low, evening light on the flowers is accentuated by the beguiling color palette.
Whilst Richard Smith was researching this new collection he found one of his old sketchbooks with drawings from Udaipur and a copy of an 1850’s painting depicting a marriage celebration.